Linux Tux BadgesJan 30, 1999, 12:59 (4 Talkback[s])
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UK-based badge manufacuturer, ScotGold Products has just launched a range of badges featuring Tux the Linux penguin and Daemon the BSD red devil. ScotGold is an established manufacturer of custom branding badges and stickers. The new range has been a direct response to enquiries from Linux users worldwide and has been officially sanctioned. The badges measure 25mm squared and have a self-adhesive backing. They are intended for sticking onto PC cases, monitors and keyboards but needless to say have found their way onto all sorts of other surfaces.
Minimum quantities run to just 1 (yes one) unit and are shipped from either the UK factory or the US distribution center in Springfield, VA. There is an on-line payment option for this global mail order service.
The company was astounded at the infamous 'slashdot effect' two weeks ago when the it's website took over 5,000 hits a day from Linux users wanting product information!
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